Energy is released for muscle contraction in the horse's thigh.
Production of water molecules prevents dehydration in the horse's muscle cells.
Oxygen is also produced and used by the horse's lungs.
The carbon dioxide breaks down and releases more energy for the horse.
One is used only by plants and the other is used only by animals.
Both give off oxygen to be used by animals.
The products of one are used as the reactants of the other.
Both use water as a reactant to make oxygen.
Glucose is used by animal cells in the production of other substances needed for growth.
Glucose is a reactant of cellular respiration and a product of the process of photosynthesis.
Glucose is a reactant during the process of photosynthesis and product of the process of cellular respiration.
Some of the glucose produced during photosynthesis is stored in seets, roots, or fruits of plants for later use.
Photosynthesis produces energy for plants and cellular respiration produces energy for animals.
Water is released during photosynthesis and consumed during cellular respiration.
Photosynthesis occurs during the day, and cellular respiration occurs at night.
Photosynthesis uses solar energy to create glucose and cellular respiration uses glucose to produce energy for the cell.
It occurs in animal cells but not in plant cells.
It converts energy in food into a more usable form.
It uses carbon dioxide and produces oxygen.
It stores energy in food molecules.